Colonial Series Tall Square Concrete Planter

Estimated processing time of ~4-6 weeks prior to shipping

SKU CCW-33-034-01307
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  • Multiple color options
  • 1/4’’ Diameter steel rebar
  • 2’’ Diameter drain hole
  • Used in a wide variety of commercial settings
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$242.94 $211.25

Product Overview

The Colonial Series Tall Square Concrete Planter features a ¼’’ diameter steel rebar reinforcement, as well as a 2’’ diameter drain hole. It comes with 5/8’’ diameter lifting inserts which are to be used when the planter is empty. This planter comes in numerous colors and can be used in various settings.

*Estimate 4-6 weeks for delivery for this particular product. Consignee must be able to off load product at delivery. No liftgate possible*

Includes:
Colonial Series Tall Square Concrete Planter

Features:

  • 1/4’’ Dia. steel rebar
  • 2” Dia. drain hole
  • 5/8’’ Dia. lifting inserts (inserts used only when planter is empty)
  • Available in multiple colors
  • Used in a wide variety of commercial settings

 

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Reinforced Concrete
  • Size: 14”L x 14”W x 24“H
  • Weight: 205 lbs.
  • Finish: Exposed Aggregate or Weatherstone
  • Shape: Square
  • Customizable? Color

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